Three-way tie for first! We have three players with 58 matches on the year. Nicolas Almagro, Miguel Angel Lopez-Jaen, and Ivan Navarro-Pastor now all have the same number of matches with Navarro-Pastor getting in a couple last week. Ivan Esquerdo joins the Spanish block after reaching the finals last week at Slovenia F1. Teimuraz Gabashvili of Russia enters the top ten after qualifying and reaching the quarterfinals at Spain F9. Martin Verkerk had an amazing run at the French Open, reaching the finals, picking up 7 matches and now has a record of 32-16 for 48 matches total, 12th on the list.
Juan Carlos Ferrero pulled closer to Andre Agassi after winning the title at the French Open. Ferrero pushes his 2003 record to 40-7, but he is still percentage points behind Agassi who is at 27-3. Roger Federer moves to #7 and Carlos Moya falls to #9.